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Yonder shop is a well designed space with unique, lovely, approachably designed items for your home, yourself, and your family. Every object in the store is selected because it has a story to tell. The approach is it's either well-designed, handmade, useful, beautiful, often all of the above. The aesthetic is modern while remaining warm and inviting.  There is a selection of the most contemporary makers in ceramics, mine and many others, and so much more to be explored and enjoyed. I am committed to being continually on the hunt for inspiring designers/makers who have a passion for what they do.

The storefront space was designed for flexibility.  Imagine a gathering place able to host monthly events showcasing great talent, gallery shows, and community events workshops, and trunk shows.

Paper Clay Workshop


Paper Clay Workshop

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Paper Clay Workshop


Saturday, August 13th 10am - 3pm.

Course description:  This course will give students an introduction into how to make and handbuild with paper clay.  Students will learn about the advantages and varied uses of using paper pulp with their own clay bodies and the broad range of uses paper clay can add to your studio process.  Starting with a brief slide show highlighting the Artists background and the varied uses of paper clay, students will learn to create their own paper clay shadowbox with shaped flora and fauna to complete your project through hand shaping and the use of plaster press molds to obtain texture and thin, delicate edges -- great for refined sculpture, jewelry, small works. 

This workshop is ideal for those who have some ceramic experience and are interested in learning new hand building techniques. 

Short Bio:  Malia Landis is a sculptor and ceramic Artist living in Oakland California.  Born in St. Helena, California and raised in Waimea, Hawaii, Malia received her Bachelor's of Arts from Humboldt State University in 2010, and her Master's of Fine Arts from San Jose State University in 2014.  Malia's sculptures have been exhibited nationwide and reside in many private collections throughout California and Hawaii.  You can find more about her artwork online at and her functional/sculptural line currently available at anthropologie at Salt&Earth Ceramics. 


Please bring the following items:

- Apron

- Basic ceramic tool set

- $5 for plaster and clay (provided by Malia)

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